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TCOS Upcoming Events


TCOS Scientific Session and Workshops at the COS May 31 - June 3rd, 2018 in Toronto, Ontario.

Watch the COS website for more information.

TCOS Congratulations!

Jessica Wood recipient of the 2016 TCOS Academic Award

Congratulations to Jessica Wood recipient of the 2016 TCOS Academic Award.

The TCOS Academic Award is given to the COC candidate with the overall highest score on the combined COC certification examination scores.

Photo Credit: Alick Tsui

Grace Harradine recipient of the 2016 TCOS Scholarship Award

Congratulations to Grace Harradine, recipient of the 2016 TCOS Scholarship Award for her paper entitled "Mechanical vs Paralytic Strabismus: A review of Aetiology and Methods for Differential Diagnosis”.

Grace is currently enrolled at the Orthoptic Program at the BC Children's Hospital in Vancouver, and is pictured here receiving her certificate from Christy Giligson, Senior Orthoptist and Program Director.

The TCOS Scholarship Award is provided by the generous efforts and financial contributions of the members of The Canadian Orthoptic Society, the Canadian Orthoptic Council and the Canadian Ophthalmological Society.

TCOS Annual Registration

2018 Registration

2018 TCOS online registration and payment options available soon.

Register with your professional Society. Access membership pricing for Orthoptic Journals. Purchase professional Error and Omission insurance at a great TCOS rate. Keep your Society vibrant - register, participate, volunteer.

TCOS Initiatives

TCOS Supports the CMA's Efforts to Demand A Plan for Seniors Health Care

TCOS is proud to support the Canadian Medical Association and its Alliance for a National Seniors Strategy. Please take a moment to visit their website and be sure to add your voice to their campaign if you too support this initiative.


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